How to effectively represent your business model - Jones & Palmer
Is it possible to use a systematic approach to consider and develop the disclosure of a business model? We think so. This guide details a three-step approach that does exactly that.
A good business model is critical, it contextualises the rest of the information about a company.
Within the Financial Reporting Lab’s (Lab) ‘Business Model Reporting’ research, it was found that the business model is a vital part of an investor’s initial investment appraisal process and fundamental to their analysis and understanding of a company and its prospects.
While some disclosure has progressed, the Lab’s 2018 implementation study shows there is still room for improvement.
With different expectations of content within business model reporting, different stakeholder perspectives of value generation and with each company having a unique response to address the demands of its marketplace, business model reporting can be a challenging task to achieve.
Our guide provides a three step systematic approach to consider and develop the disclosure of your business model.
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We believe in making your business understandable, crafting memorable corporate stories to enable your stakeholders to make informed long-term decisions. Whether this is using your annual report, corporate website, video, photography or your corporate brand, we can work with you to produce a joined up, informed approach to your corporate communications.
By leading with consultancy, we are able to get to the heart of your story and uncover your key messages. Collaborating with your wider team, we help to elevate these messages through design and brand. Your end solution will be detailed and well executed, published online, in print or both.
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Published 1 March, 2019